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Old 12-07-2012, 07:23 PM
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Changing a HPFP need info

What all tools are needed to change the pump?
Other than the gasket/harness is there anything needed?

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Old 12-08-2012, 09:55 AM
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a good brand new 10mm socket for removing the up-pipe bolts

are you removing the cab or the trans? If you are not I would recommend removing the turbos to better access the pump cover. I have done it cab on without removing the turbos or trans and i would not recommend it

there is a HPFP gasket kit that comes with new pump cover gasket, o-ring and new fuel lines to each bank. Get that if you haven't. Also if you're removing the turbos get the turbo hardware kit.

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Old 12-09-2012, 04:53 PM
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a good brand new 10mm socket for removing the up-pipe bolts

are you removing the cab or the trans? If you are not I would recommend removing the turbos to better access the pump cover. I have done it cab on without removing the turbos or trans and i would not recommend it

there is a HPFP gasket kit that comes with new pump cover gasket, o-ring and new fuel lines to each bank. Get that if you haven't. Also if you're removing the turbos get the turbo hardware kit.
doing it with cab on. What about the tools to bleed the lines?
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